Christmas is a time of reflection on the meaning of Christmas with
faith, redemption, goodwill, and peace. This collection features
Christmas Drama Shows with of the best performances in old time radio
to lift your spirit.
The jewel of the Christmas Drama Collection is Lux Radio Theater presentation
of some of the most beloved Christmas Movies of all time including
Miracle on 34th Street, It's a Wonderful Life, Meet Me in Saint Louis,
The Bishop's Wife and more. All most of the original casts that make
these Christmas Classics so special including Donna Reed and Jimmy
Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life, Cary Grant in The Bishop's Wife, and
There are multiple and unique versions of Charles Dickens A Christmas
Carol including Basil Rathbone's famous performance as the stingy and
terrible Ebenezer Scrooge. Bah humbug!
Hollywood Star Playhouse's Christmas specials include Gift of the Magi, The
Story of Silent Night, and Home for Christmas.
In Vic and Sade, Grandpa Snyder decides to sell Christmas cards for
extra money. His poor hearing leads to a misunderstanding of verses.
Radio City Playhousehas a unique performance about two journalists on
Christmas Eve on "Twas the Night Before Christmas." They are away from
their loved ones in search of goats attached to a red wagon for the
wife of the newspaper's owner.
One Man's Family features Christmas at the Barbur's as father
promises to be a better person in the New Year after Betty came home
from the hospital.
Orson Welles gives a moving performance reading from the Bible for the
Theatre Christmas Show.
Cavalcade of America presents historic stories in American History.
Included in this collection is a touching story about an orphan 12
year old boy who finds homes for his brothers and sisters after the
loss of their mother. There is also a touching story about American
prisoners of war in WWII determined to celebrate Christmas under the
direst of circumstances.
We wish you peace on earth and good will towards men.